King George VI's Victory Speech: World War II (1945) | British Pathé
King George VI delivers a victory speech in 1945 to celebrate the defeat of Germany and also to pay tribute to those who laid down their lives in the fight against tyranny during World War II.
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M/S of King George VI (Prince Albert) sitting at desk. He talks about the British people allowing the British people a time of thanks giving and celebration after the defeat of Germany. He also reminded people of of the tragic loss of life during the Second World War. He also says the war must continue until Japan is defeated.